Pattaya Daily News

13 July 2008 :: 16:07:04 pm 10958

A Pattaya Reporter – Today‘S Robbery Victim

A local cable TV, reporter, was robbed by two guys on motorbike while waiting in front of her brother‘s house. She had lost all her money including a Video camera. In just about the same time, there were other 2 cases of robbery in the area. Police had detected the criminal pictures on CCTV and immediately started to search for the culprits.
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On July 13th, 2008, at 00.10am, Miss Supannee Sithi or nickname “Noi”, (29), a reporter of “Banglamung Cable TV Pattaya”, originally from Chacherng-sao province, with her accompanied colleagues, notified to Pol.Lt.Col. Samai Somjit, Banglamung investigator, after being robbed with a gun by two teens on the motorbike.

Miss Supannee told police that at around 21.21pm (July 12th), she was taken by her colleague to her brother’s house, located at 77/12, Soi Pattaya Yarnyon, Moo 6, Naklua, Banglamung, Chonburi, after she had finished work. After her colleague left her in front of the house, she had to yell out for her brother, who had apparently gone to sleep.

While Miss Supannee was waiting for her brother to answer the door , there were 2 teens on a blue Honda Wave motorbike, license 160, Chonburi, was slowing down to look at her and then went into a Soi beside her brother’s house which she did not pay much attention. Those two teens had come out of the Soi and had stopped on the road in front of the house. The rider who wore a full helmet to cover his face pulled out a gun to threaten her. Another man who was on the pillion seat who was quite thin and tall, aged around 20 – 25 year old, was also wearing a bronze helmet to cover his face, had come off the motorbike to threaten her, told her not to scream and forced her to hand all her property to him. Miss Supannee who was afraid of being shot, imediately handed her shoulder bag, which contended of a wallet with some money, I.D. Card, ATM Card. The man, who had her properties, was going back to the motorbike, but then he had returned back again for her video camera, which was hung around her neck, before got back on their motorbike and sped away. Miss Supannee who had been working for the local cable TV company for only a month, then yelled out for her brother to open the door to help, and informed her colleagues and went to report to the police.

Police officer had recorded the incident and inspected the CCTV that Miss Supannee’s brother had it installed at the house. They had detected only the man who was on the pillion seat. The picture was not clear enough to see the suspect’s face but the police had taken it to make a sketch in order to search for the culprits. Besides, police also had Miss Supannee to look through at the criminal files for further information.

At around the same time that the robbery had happened to Miss Supannee, there were other two sufferers who reported to Banglamung police station that two guys on a motorbike also robbed them. The incidents took place at Soi Naklua 13 and 14. Police had presumed that those two suspects could be the teen gang who were roaming around in the area to rob the victims in the street where it was isolated from police. However, police would rush to arrest the suspects as soon as possible.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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